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CRE O Indiana

Colliers' Cantu: Booming industrial, steady office keeping Indianapolis strong

| Dan Rafter

As executive vice president for capital markets in the Indianapolis office of Colliers International, Alex Cantu understands just how strong the commercial real estate market is in Indianapolis. We spoke to Cantu about this, focusing especially on the strength of the region’s booming industrial market and its steady office sector. Here is s…

CRE Midwest

2020 Forecast: Gloor and Nieman to give their experts' view

REjournals is announcing the first names in what promises to be a blockbuster lineup for its 18th annual Commercial Real Estate Forecast Conference being held on January 9, 2020 in the West Tower Ballroom of the Hyatt Regency Chicago. Andy Gloor of Sterling Bay and Drew Nieman of Riverside Investment & Development are headlining the newly a…

CRE O Indiana

A slowdown brewing in Indianapolis? There are no signs

| Dan Rafter

There have been few signs of a slowdown in the Indianapolis commercial real estate market. In fact, sales, leases and new construction in this key Midwest city all remain strong. Why? To find out, Mdwest Real Estate News spoke to David Funke, managing director with the Indianapolis office of CBRE. Here’s what he had to say.

Office N Illinois

Chicago a top target for tech expansion

| Matt Baker

In the past year, technology firms accounted for more than 4 million square feet of occupancy in the Chicago CBD. With new tech job creation happening every year, the city is fast becoming a hub for West Coast firms seeking cheaper space.

Office V Michigan

Grand Rapids office market stays strong in third quarter

| Dan Rafter

How popular has Grand Rapids, Michigan, become? Earlier this year, Reuters named the city one of the country’s top-20 “superstar metro areas” based on the number of new jobs created here from 2010 to 2017. Given the economic strength of Grand Rapids, it’s not surprising that the city is seeing plenty of commercial real estate activity, too.

Office N Illinois

First look: The Post Office unpackaged

| Matt Baker

For over 20 years, it sat vacant and imposing, overlooking the westerly approach to Downtown Chicago. Now the Old Post Office is nearly ready to welcome its first office tenants to an adaptive reuse that has implications beyond the building’s footprint.